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Choosing an EVV System for Home Care

Choosing an EVV System for Home Care

The 21st Century Cures Act enforces home care providers to use electronic visit verification (EVV) systems to help reduce fraud and human errors and help improve the safety and quality of care for patients.

How RFID Transformed an Engineering Firm

How RFID Transformed an Engineering Firm

SunWest Engineering Constructors, Inc. reduced the amount of time spent on preparing all paperwork for inspections by nearly half, allowing time for more thorough inspections.

Patient Observation and Progress Notes

Patient Observation and Progress Notes

Learn how one behavioral health provider switched from pen and paper to SmartCAT - capturing cleaner data, faster.

The Importance of Clean Data for RCM Systems

The Importance of Clean Data for RCM Systems

Inaccurate data in your RCM can lead to invoice disputes and delayed payment. Keep your system efficient by making sure all your data is accurate and verifiable.

How to Collect Clean, Accurate Resident Data

How to Collect Clean, Accurate Resident Data

When collecting patient data, one small error can jeopardize your business. It’s essential to have a system in place to help maintain accurate, verifiable records.

4 Ways RFID Improves Winemaking Management

4 Ways RFID Improves Winemaking Management

Here are 4 ways SmartCAT and RFID increase visibility into your production processes to help improve your winemaking operations.

12 Things to Know Before Purchasing RFID Tags

12 Things to Know Before Purchasing RFID Tags

It can be overwhelming to find the best RFID tag for your application. Here are 12 helpful questions to answer before purchasing RFID tags.

6 Easy Steps to Creating an Efficient Inspection Program

6 Easy Steps to Creating an Efficient Inspection Program

Follow these 6 easy steps to help you run a more efficient inspection program to ensure employee safety and keep your assets running sufficiently.

Preventive Maintenance with RFID

Preventive Maintenance with RFID

Track, predict and enhance your equipment lifecycles by increasing visibility into when assets need to be calibrated, maintained or replaced using SmartCAT and RFID.

New Product Feature: RFID Wall Tag

New Product Feature: RFID Wall Tag

Know when an area was last inspected, what was inspected and who inspected it. The RFID Wall Tag allows users to identify and collect data.

Improve Janitorial and Sanitation Workflows with RFID

Improve Janitorial and Sanitation Workflows with RFID

Provide custom digital cleaning checklists and training guidelines to janitorial and housekeeping teams while also increasing visibility into cleaned areas.

New Product Feature: ePaper NFC Tag

New Product Feature: ePaper NFC Tag

Track quality control with improved process visibility. The ePaper NFC Tag allows you to view and update an area or asset’s status on the tag’s display screen.

Window Cleaning with RFID

Window Cleaning with RFID

Increase visibility into window cleaners’ accountability by documenting when they arrive, depart and what they clean at a client’s facility using SmartCAT and RFID.

7 Reasons to Make the Switch from Barcode to RFID

7 Reasons to Make the Switch from Barcode to RFID

Barcodes and RFID tags are used for many of the same applications, but what makes one better than the other? Learn the differences and benefits of both.

Everyday Uses of RFID: Time Savings

Everyday Uses of RFID: Time Savings

You’ve probably used RFID technology more than you think. Here are a variety of applications that use RFID on a daily basis to help save time collecting accurate data.

What Is RFID?

What Is RFID?

‘RFID’ is becoming quite the buzz word, but what is it? Grasp a better understanding of what radio frequency identification is in this “RFID 101” article.

How RFID Works

How RFID Works

Both the RFID tag and reader consist of separate antennas. The antennas are what allow communication between the reader and tags...

The History of RFID

The History of RFID

Did you know the first theory of RFID was published in 1864, yet the earliest use was during WWII? Learn about RFID’s history and how it is has become what it is today.

RFID Vs. Barcode

RFID Vs. Barcode

From scanning food at a grocery store, tickets at an event, or even inventory in a warehouse, barcodes are used to collect different types of data every day